“Much of the growth and consolidation over the last several years have been in the 7-10 Tier 1 markets across the U.S. At the same time, secondary and tertiary markets are also growing but with very different market dynamics,” says Klein.
Klein’s panel will discuss the differences between Tier 1 data center markets such as New York, Chicago, and L.A., and secondary markets found in states like Michigan, Iowa, and Nebraska. While the requirements for redundancy and availability don’t change across these markets, the supply and demand dynamics are certainly different. Panel members will share the market dynamics as seen in their home markets of Michigan, Iowa, Nebraska, Oregon, and Northern California.
The IMN conference brings together senior executives from some of the most prominent data centerowners, tenants, investors, capital and service providers to discuss the evolving data center market. The conference will focus on the growing demand for data centers and colocation and the threats and opportunities cloud computing brings to the market.
For more information on Klein’s discussion panel or the IMN Conference, visit http://www.imn.org/Conference/IMN-Real-Estate-Development-for-Data-Centers-Conference/Agenda.html.
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